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Cabo de Gata Lighthouse, Cabo de Gata

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  • It is a nice place. The access road is well although some stretch is very narrow. Not many cars can park and there are often many people which takes away a little charm.
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  • For 10 Euros, there are tours that depart from the hotel combine the visit to the cabo de Gata with the village of Nijar featuring many crafts (ceramics, fabrics etc.) area in particular looms antique where are manufactured jaropas that they are exported to all over the world. Some small, you can buy up to two euros. Worth the trip
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  • A site with fantastic views, we can access from there sirens Cove a small Jetty.
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  • If you are in Almería you definitely need to visit this place. There are some nice views on the way from Cabo de Gata village. The lighthouse itself doesn't have too much interest but the landscape deserves a visit. If you are from the north of Spain you could get disappointed, since there's nothing you haven't seen before, apart from the dryness of the landscape. If you like hiking, climbing to the top of the hills and admire the views is worth the hassle The best: the little coves along the coast. The worst: too much litter in a supposedly protected area.
  • Lighthouse still in use. You can see the las sirenas (formation of rocks). Otherwise not more to see. Indeed the road and beaches to the lighthouse are really beautiful. Simon Visit my website:
  • Nice nothing more
  • You wanna see this view!
  • Currently it has the Natural Park category, although unfortunately still very harassed by speculators and constructions. It is a very dry and arid sierra, a volcanic massif with poor vegetation and very sparse population. However, a heartbreaking beauty manifests itself in hills (of la Palma, table of Roldán), beaches (Monsul, Genoveses) and the sea of luxury that embraces it.
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